Apple anoints Ive as supreme design chief

UK designer rivals Tim Cook in influence at company

Calpers and Calstrs urge climate backing

More than 100 fund manager heads sign letter

Implants can be designed to fit exactly

P&G gets skin in 3D bioprinting game

Consumer goods maker explores printing of living human tissue

TWC battle highlights industry upheaval

Aftershocks expected as Charter closes in for cable TV group

Charter nears deal for Time Warner Cable

Malone close to winning contest with Altice in US cable battle

Carlyle group logo

The Carlyle Group: greener grass

Private equity used to be a dream job

Charter nears deal to buy Time Warner Cable

$55bn transaction would mark Malone’s latest conquest

Banks warn on new risk models for trading

Letter to regulators says proposals will raise market volatility

Taking care of the growing silver economy

Extended lifespans prompt businesses to adapt to frail consumers

Scepticism over Fiat chief’s mergers call

Marchionne may have ulterior motives, industry insiders say

Frugal US consumers hit Panama Canal

Changing world trade patterns curb container traffic at seaway

Brazil economy contracting sharply

Hangover after end of commodities supercycle and credit-led boom

Big US banks try to stay upbeat

Few expect a disastrous fourth quarter when but no one is forecasting a blowout

Trader set for trial over Libor allegations

UK case will be a crucial test for the SFO

Shadow banks push for easing of loan caps

US bill would let investment vehicles borrow more against equity

Malone battles Altice for Time Warner Cable

US tycoon’s Charter ready to pay large premium for control

Negative rates pose corporate conundrum

European companies still unsure about putting cash to better use

Big Data’s infinite harvest

They give us free computing power and we reveal ever more about ourselves

Forex banks face more pain from US

Lawmakers challenge exemptions for managing retirement accounts after forex rigging settlements

Banks face possible further forex fines

NY regulator turns to abuse of markets by automated trades


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